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UK Government Launches Porn Site Age Checks Consultation

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“Age checking is nothing new,” said Ben Jordan from Aristotle, which provides such services. “The online gambling industry has been doing this for years and it’s been very effective.”

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New Integrity Age and ID Verification Whiteboard Video

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Do you need to know more about age and ID verification solutions?

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Aristotle Supports FTC Recommendations Targeting Marketing of Alcohol to Minors

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Integrity applauds the “unambiguously clear” guidance for “best practices” cited by the FTC involving verification of age for all consumer data collected.

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iGambling in New Jersey Gets 'Soft Play' Test

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After five days of “soft play,” with no more than 500 players at a time for each gambling operator, iGambling sites will open to the public Tuesday.

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Internet Gambling in N.J. Gets Online Test

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This is a big week for Internet gambling in New Jersey. A trial period begins Thursday, when invited players will be able to test poker, slots and other games.

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Learn the Truth About COPPA Today

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On July 1, 2013, sweeping new regulations for marketing to children take effect. In updating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule, the Federal Trade Commission has extended its reach to new businesses and new information.

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FTC Updates COPPA Stamp of Approval for Parental Consent Tools

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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced changes to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), clarifying and updating the decade-old law protecting children’s information on line. The new “Rule” specifies how sites catering to children must handle personal information, and obtain parental consent when doing so.

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For Children, a Lie on Facebook Has Consequences, Study Finds

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A federal law intended to protect children’s privacy may unwittingly lead them to reveal too much on Facebook, a provocative new academic study shows, in the latest example of how difficult it is to regulate the digital lives of minors.

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The New Twitter Age Verification System Exposed

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From cyber-bullying to Operation Rescue, efforts at keeping kids safe online have known some admirable allies over the years. Can that same spirit of protecting innocent youths be used then by spirits brands and marketers of “adult products” too?

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Congressmen Voice Concerns About Facebook Plans

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Two congressmen voiced concerns Monday following a Wall Street Journal report that Facebook was exploring ways to let kids join the social network without lying about their age.

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